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but those are two of the biggest in the budget, making up 40% of what the government spends. >> so you'reeplsÑ talking 40% of the budget taking off the table.lbe)l >> 40%. yes. it's important to recognize that we can put revenue on the table. we have to raise the revenue from areas where we know that there are ways to be where we can really have significant savings. >> waste, fraud, abuse said lee but don't think about cutting social security or medicare, even for the wealthy. members vowed to call on speaker of the house john boehner to tell him, no cuts to services. >> when the president says i want to balance the budget is he saying i want no cuts to 40% of the budget? >> no. he's saying he won't cut services. >> that is what they are saying. rich johnson went to one in oakland at 68 he's retired. >> i worked for 50 years. people put part of the income into social social ti. they should get the benefit of it. >> you would think with government spending and tax increases, you'd be hearing from the tea party that. is their red meat but there have been no counter rallies. nothing from
the challenge by one of his twitter followers asking for an exchange about the role government should play in school food programs. we'll see how they do. >> it's been less than 24 hours since duke and duchess of cambridge announced they're expecting a baby. already speculation on the baby's sex, and name. >> the heir to the british thrown was back at the hospital today here in london, worrying over another heir. a baby. and his very ill wife, the duchess of cambridge. 18 months after they were married the couple expecting their first child but thing dz not go as planned. kate is very early in her pregnancy. because she's so ill, and rb spending days in the hospital, the couple felt they had to tell the world. she has is called hyper emisies gravidarum. >> this is unstoppable throwing up, you can't hold any fluids or food down, some cases hospitalization is require ootd news sent off a frenzy, consuming not just british media but world media. >> speculation now turns to the baby's sex and name. >> we think it's going to be a girl and if it is going to be a girl elizabeth is the 8th favorit
to the federal government without raising rates. >> republicans want to increase the eligibility age for medicare lower a cost of living. president obama's plan raising taxes but medicare and social security will be largely spared. the budget cuts. we're getting an idea about possible long term impact tax increases voter as proved in proposition 30 could have on state economy. abc 7 news joins us live now with the story. nannette? >> well, higher taxes are not expected to be a major hit to the economy. if you're looking for a job it's hard to hear about a possible slow down in highering. governor brown got voters last month to approve proposition 30. a temporary income tax increase and a boos0qz the sales tax to save public schools. but a new anderson forecast called it a double edged sword because that will have a slight drag on the committee, slowing california growth. >> republicans have been saying that sometime. it change behaviors. it's dampening economic recovery. >> the forecast estimates payroll growth hovering between 1% and 2% in next two years. it predicts the rate will average 10.5%
from the federal government. >> we were just thrilled it's a validation of the work we've been doing over the last many years. >> this district one of three in california, 16 nationwide to win race to the top funding. it will help restore library and computer services throughout the district. and the money will go towards a number of programs designed to deepen student learning, improve achievement and prepare students for success in college and beyond. >> every student will get a mini tablet. teachers will get tablets and lap tops. cameras will get document cameras. and k-5 will get one tablet for every two students. >> the teachers association had to agree to federal requirement that's link test scores to teacher improvements. >> the union is not agreed to use test scores as a highering and firing tool. >> absolutely. we've not agreed to use test scores to evaluate teacher performance whachl we've done is decided to use test scores to help evaluate effectiveness of what is going on in the classroom and help teachers gauge what they need to improve on for their practice. >> now, san
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